Displays a list of I/O requests being processed by the Namespace Owner (NSO) at the given moment.
|request_context_address||varbinary(8)||Shows the internal address of the NSO memory block that contains the I/O request from the driver. Is not nullable.|
|current_spid||smallint||Shows the system process id (SPID) for the current SQL Server’s connection. Is not nullable.|
|request_type||nvarchar(60)||Shows the I/O request packet (IRP) type. The possible request types are REQ_PRE_CREATE, REQ_POST_CREATE, REQ_RESOLVE_VOLUME, REQ_GET_VOLUME_INFO, REQ_GET_LOGICAL_NAME, REQ_GET_PHYSICAL_NAME, REQ_PRE_CLEANUP, REQ_POST_CLEANUP, REQ_CLOSE, REQ_FSCTL, REQ_QUERY_INFO, REQ_SET_INFO, REQ_ENUM_DIRECTORY, REQ_QUERY_SECURITY, and REQ_SET_SECURITY. Is not nullable|
|request_state||nvarchar(60)||Shows the state of the I/O request in NSO. Possible values are REQ_STATE_RECEIVED, REQ_STATE_INITIALIZED, REQ_STATE_ENQUEUED, REQ_STATE_PROCESSING, REQ_STATE_FORMATTING_RESPONSE, REQ_STATE_SENDING_RESPONSE, REQ_STATE_COMPLETING, and REQ_STATE_COMPLETED. Is not nullable.|
|request_id||int||Shows the unique request ID assigned by the driver to this request. Is not nullable.|
|irp_id||int||Shows the unique IRP ID. This is useful for identifying all I/O requests related to the given IRP. Is not nullable.|
|handle_id||int||Indicated the namespace handle ID. This is the NSO specific identifier and is unique across an instance. Is not nullable.|
|client_thread_id||varbinary(8)||Shows the client application’s thread ID that originates the request.|
** Warning ** This is meaningful only if the client application is running on the same machine as SQL Server. When the client application is running remotely, the client_thread_id shows the thread ID of some system process that works on behalf of the remote client.
|client_process_id||varbinary(8)||Shows the process ID of the client application if the client application runs on the same machine as SQL Server. For a remote client, this shows the system process ID that is working on behalf of the client application. Is nullable.|
|handle_context_address||varbinary(8)||Shows the address of the internal NSO structure associated with the client’s handle. Is nullable.|
|filestream_transaction_id||varbinary(128)||Shows the ID of the transaction associated with the given handle and all the requests associated with this handle. It is the value returned by the get_filestream_transaction_context function. Is nullable.|
Requires VIEW SERVER STATE permission on the server.